Don't-Miss Health & Fitness Software Stories
Huawei will be the first dedicated fitness tracker to support Jawbone's app and coaching features.
The app-controlled device uses multiple sensors to analyze your environment and make sure the air around you is fit to breath.
It also adds some interface tweaks to make it easier to quickly glance at your key health statistics.
Cur takes time-tested TENS technology, and puts it on a simple patch to block pain signals at their source.
These fitness and nutrition apps will help you get active, track your progress, and feel your best.
Using optical recognition and weight sensors, the Fitly SmartPlate promises to tell you exactly how much protein, carbs and fat you're eating in every meal. But will it really work?
Apple's support documents now warn that certain tattoos can cause problems with with heart rate readings.
The wearable bands can also measure heart rates and count steps.
The Microsoft Band and Health apps will begin comparing your fitness to a cross-section of your peers. And if you don't have a Band, no problem -- the Health app will use your iPhone or Android phone, instead.
The apps will handle tasks suited for a small screen, like reviewing text messages.
Out this summer, the UP4 will combine the heart-tracking features of the UP3 with NFC payments by American Express. A lightweight UP2 tracker rounds out the offering.
The company's latest tracker can't be submerged underwater, unfortunately.
The travel and insurance industries receive additional apps, bringing the total offered to 22
The interface divides more of the content into cards and adds the splashes of animation called for in Google's Android aesthetic.